Jekyll Island Watercolor Exhibit

Fifteen UGA students from the MLA and BLA programs joined Assistant Professor Brad Davis on Jekyll Island for a ten day immersion in the study of watercolor. Davis initiated this course because he believes that “the arts share a common foundation, and that exploration of multiple art forms deepens one’s understanding of design. Click the “for more information” button below […]

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Edward Daugherty Kicks off CED Lecture Series

The UGA College of Environment and Design kicks off its annual lecture series with a lecture and exhibition by one of the South’s most important landscape architects, Edward L. Daugherty. The lecture will be on Wednesday, September 28th at 5 p.m. in Caldwell Hall, room 204. Click the “for more information” button below for details. I think of myself as […]

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Historic Garden Structures & the Structure of Historic Gardens

A symposium titled “Historic Garden Structures & the Structure of Historic Gardens,“ sponsored by CED and The Robert E. Lee Memorial Association will take place in Atlanta on Wednesday, September 28. All proceeds will benefit Stratford Hall and the Cultural Landscape Laboratory at the College of Envronment & Design.   Click the “for more information” button below for more details. […]

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Dan Franklin Social

The College of Environment & Design Alumni Association’s annual Dan Franklin Social is a networking and social opportunity for alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends of the College. Join us on Friday, September 2 at Habersham Gardens. Click the “for more information” button below for details. The College of Environment & Design Alumni Association’s annual Dan Franklin Social is a […]

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Reading the Landscape at Stratford Hall

Dear Friend, Thank you very much for your interest in the 4th Annual Northern Neck Cultural Landscape Symposium:Reading the Landscape at Stratford Hall, scheduled for 22-23 October 2011. We regret to inform you that the symposium has been cancelled for this year. Recent Hurricane Irene damage at Stratford Hall caused many of the plantation’s roads and trails to become inaccessible, making the symposium’s […]

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CED Students Paddle for a Cause

Sponsored by the non-profit Georgia River Network, Paddle Georgia aims to connect participants of ranging ages and experience with the river. Five CED graduate students, led by Associate Professor Brian LaHaie are participating in the event as the beginning of a thru-session class, informally titled “Paddle Georgia.” They will attempt to view the river through a “series of different lenses,” […]

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Mid-Century Architecture Symposium

When: Friday, May 13 @ 8:30 a.m. Where: The University of Georgia, Visual Arts Building 117 (285 S. Jackson Street, Athens, GA 30602) Contact: Karah Hagins, 706-542-7772 or khagins@nulluga.edu Click the “for more information button” below for the agenda and further information. Join us for a symposum to explore the feasibility of adaptive reuse of mid-century architecture. Keynote speaker Jeanne […]

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Karen Phillips to speak in spring lecture series

Athens, Ga. – Karen A. Phillips, a fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, is the first speaker of the new year for the University of Georgia College of Environment and Design lecture series. She will speak on Jan. 28, 5-6 p.m. in the Miller Learning Center, room 148. Her lecture, “Making a Difference in the Environment” will focus […]

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